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Imagining the World: Exhibit Reception

Thanks to all who joined us at the reception for the reception for the exhibit opening of Imagining the World: Unexplored Global Collections at Columbia on April 17.  Some pictures of the opening (and the exhibit itself) are included below.  The exhibit will be in the Chang Octagon Room of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library through June 24, so please do come visit!

The Global Studies Curatorial Team

The Global Studies Curatorial Team (Socrates Silva, Rob Davis, Peter Magierski, Yuusuf Caruso, Michelle Chesner, Pamela Graham, Gary Hausman)

Yuusuf Caruso and the African Studies case

Yuusuf Caruso and the African Studies case

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Lively discussion

Ethnographic Video Online–Volume 3 added

Columbia University Libraries access to Ethnographic Video Online has been expanded to Volume III, which emphasizes indigenous issues and perspectives, with much content created by indigenous film makers. Volume III currently contains nearly 100 hours of content and footage from the Oceanic regions of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. The collection will continue to expand with films from Australia, the Americas, Africa and Asia. Volume III complements the video material already available in Volume I and Volume II.